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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Ryan Interviews #1033867

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012
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(New York: Anderson Cooper) The interview with Representative Paul Ryan, who was the vice presidential running mate for Mitt Romney, noted. [In Wisconsin, RYAN - says we were shocked by the election numbers.] Aspects of the voting for President Obama versus Romney reviewed; voter breakdown statistics cited.

(New York: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala, "Why Romney Lost" author David Frum and Alex Castellanos about the election. [BEGALA - offers views on the Obama vote in key counties.] [CASTELLANOS - comments on aspects of the vote that won the race for Obama; defends Ryan's perspectives.] [FRUM - says Obama is in a powerful position, so Republicans will have to be savvy; outlines the three theories of why Romney lost, including a party problem with its message.] Other material: [In ABC interview, RYAN - says Obama does not have a mandate and we have a divided government.]

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